Everyone seems to have gone into August doldrums, including Blogger, which isn't letting me post photos with my Diary this morning. I'll post them later if it lets me. In Norristown, the only energy is on the East End, at 216 Cherry Street, and at the Library. No one else seems to be doing anything for Fourth Friday or much of the rest of the weekend. But here are a few things happening around town if you're not stuck in the doldrums, too.
Today (Friday) from 11 am to noon at the Courthouse, you're invited to the Kick Off Event for the Philadelphia Museum Of Art Inside Out Program, followed by a walking tour of 5 of the exhibits. More info at this link.
Tonight, 6-9 pm at Scag Cottman Park, Family Fun Friday, hosted by Buck Jones in association with Main St. Water Ice for all kids ages 6-13. Movies, food, games and entertainment. More info call 267-774-1694.
Tonight is also Fourth Friday, though the only event I could find for it is at Jazz on Cherry Street (216 Cherry). They're hosting Cedric Napoleon and Friends from 7-10 pm. Tickets $15, available at this link
Saturday from 10 am–2 pm at the Norristown Library. Backpacks and school supplies will be available upstairs in the Children’s Department on a first come, first served basis.
Sunday from 11 am-dusk at Simmons Park (Oak and Arch), Community Block Party. $5 for adults, kids eat free. Double Dutch contest, Tug-o'-war. Volunteers and donations needed. More info at this link.
Saturday from 7-11 pm, Jazz on Cherry (216 Cherry) will be hosting saxophonist Sam Peake and singer/songwriter Te'Naj and the Expressmen. Tickets $20. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Centre Theater Music School. Cash bar or BYOB. Setups and food available for purchase. For more info contact Jill Adelman at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-277-9125 ext 307.
Sunday starting at 7 pm, the FREE Concert in Elmwood Park this week features Norristown's own Verdi Band. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Refreshments available at the concession stand.
Tuesday from 6:30-7:30 pm at the Norristown Public Library, introduction to acting and theater for kids in grades 3-6. For info, contact the Children's Department, 610-278-5100, EXT 205 or email@example.com
Tuesday at 7:30 pm at Municipal Hall, Council Meeting. No agenda listed yet.
The Library has many more programs this week. Check their calendar at the link in the right column.